The readers will see many complex endgames with dozens of useful and beautiful ideas, which could be used in our own practical games.
2016 brought us a lot of interesting tournaments and matches. The book analyzes the most instructive endgames of 2016
There are plenty of fighting draws as well, where both players are trying their best in order to win the game, but it finally ends in draw. This kind of extremely tense battles is exactly what the book is about.
The book contains 50 of the most stunning games of 2016. These games from high-level tournaments have been selected and analyzed by Grandmasters Naiditsch, Balogh, and Maze.
The Dutch defense is a highly popular opening nowadays with the idea to get a sharp and assymetrical position against 1.d4. Together with the second part, the book gives the reader a full Dutch repertoire with black. The first volume will be useful for players who want to play the Stonewall, the Ilyin-Zhenevsky or the Hort systems without allowing the French or the Pirc defences.
The Dutch defense is a highly popular opening nowadays with the idea to get a sharp and assymetrical position against 1.d4. Together with the first part, the book gives the reader a full Dutch repertoire with black. The second volume covers all the lines in which White plays g3 and develops the bishop to g2.
Play the Semi-Tarrasch! – Part 1 is an up-to-date release about one of the most popular openings
The second volume of the Play the Semi-Tarrasch set covers all variations without cxd5 Nxd5 e4
The readers will see many deep ideas, subtle maneuvers, unexpected regrouping of the pieces and of course a positionally justified masterpiece often finishes with a nice combination.
The follow up of the successfull tactics books of Csaba Balogh. The book consists 551 practical puzzles from the January of 2013 to the July of 2015.
The new series of middlegame books by Adrian Mikhalchishin and Georg Mohr starts with a volume about the center.